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Fithian Home


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The Fithian home is a Lincoln site listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The 1855 Victorian mansion was the home of Dr. William Fithian, a friend of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln spent 2 nights there in 1858.


Admission: Adult - both museums: 4.00 Adult - one museum: 2.00 Teens 13-18: 1.00 12 & under: free
Hours: T-S: 10am-5pm Su: 1pm-5pm. Closed major holidays.
Address: 116 N. Gilbert
Phone: 217-442-2922
Our Email: webmaster@vermilioncountymuseum.org
Our Website:www.vermilioncountymuseum.org

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